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Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
The Villages, FL
Sharon L. Morse PAC
The Sharon seats just over 1,000 guests in a multi-level theater offering state of the art audio, visual, and theatrical rigging systems to create an entertainment experience second to none. Performances spotlight a variety of artistic disciplines ranging from concerts and comedians to dance, musicals and operas.
Named for the matriarch of the Morse family, Sharon herself was an accomplished performer, and an avid patron of the arts. While she enjoyed her time on stage, her favorite moments were perhaps those spent with her family watching others perform. She and husband Gary enjoyed the theater in Chicago, and shared that joy with their children and grandchildren when they were old enough to attend.
Dedicated in her memory and inspired by her passion, we hope that you too will feel Sharon’s love and excitement for entertainment throughout this beautiful theater.
Thursday, April 5th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Little Rock, AR
Robinson Performance Hall
Thanks to the complete renovation and expansion of the Robinson Center, Little Rock now boasts two iconic cultural buildings from the acclaimed architectural firms of Ennead Architects and Polk Stanley Wilcox. The William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park opened in 2004 to become a major catalyst for Little Rock’s “Decade of Progress,” an era of urban revitalization which culminates today with the city’s galvanized civic effort to transform their cherished Robinson Center into a venerated icon for the future.
Friday, April 6th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Beau Rivage Resort & Casino
Upon arrival to Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, instead of neon signs, guests are greeted by a sign of a softer variety, made up of seasonal southern flowers planted in gardens at the edge of Beach Boulevard. This outdoor “floral sign” is changed four times yearly to mark the start of each season.
At the entrance to Beau Rivage, 29 majestic Live Oaks flank the drive to the porte cochere, creating a graceful canopy reminiscent of the entrance to a stately southern mansion. Nestled beneath the oaks, camellias, azaleas and evergreens provide a lush and beautiful welcome.
As visitors enter the atrium lobby, they are greeted by an indoor arboretum featuring a glass ceiling with specialty lighting designed to highlight the grandeur of the atrium’s beautiful elements.
An array of colorful flowers and evergreens create an unforgettable arrival impression. The beautiful annuals in the atrium are changed monthly: varieties include chrysanthemums, begonias, Gerber daisies, ornamental peppers, blooming azaleas, hydrangeas, and poinsettias in winter.
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Saturday, April 7th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Atlanta Symphony Hall
Symphony Hall at the Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center has been home to the ASO since 1968. The ASO performs in Symphony Hall from September through June, presenting classical, pops, family, and holiday concerts. With seating on three levels, Symphony Hall seats 1,074 in the Orchestra section, 349 in the First Balcony, and 339 in the Second Balcony, for a total of 1,762. In addition, 82 pit seats may be used at an additional charge (if stage set-up allows). There are 12 wheelchair spaces and 12 companion seats (folding chairs) in the Rear Orchestra.
Friday, April 13th, 2018 – 7:30 PM
Palm Desert, CA
In May 1973, a group of Coachella Valley business, education and cultural leaders organized as Friends of the Cultural Center, Inc. and committed themselves to the creation of a state-of-the-art performing arts center. Their vision was to enhance and enrich the lives of Palm Springs & Palm Desert residents by making the performing arts available to as many people as possible. Fundraising began in earnest with thirteen sold-out performances by Fred Waring. By 1984, local developer Terry Hahn contributed $1 million to the project and Gerald Ford became part of the board of directors. Ford, in turn, convinced Bob Hope to contribute to the project.
Vision became reality in January 1988, with the opening of McCallum Theatre. Opening night was an all-star tribute to Hope. According to Palm Springs Life, Van Cliburn inaugurated the Steinway piano. Lucille Ball had guests teary-eyed from laughing. Alvin Ailey dancers put their best feet forward and Sarah Brightman sang a tune from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera a month before it opened on Broadway. In the audience that night were Ronald and Nancy Reagan,Gerald and Betty Ford, Walter and Leonore Annenberg, and many other notable VIPs.
Saturday. April 14th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Build by Temple Buell of Publix Theatres in 1930, the Paramount Theatre instantly surpassed the standards of the dozens of theatres that lined the streets of Denver and has remained the only local theatre of its time to maintain its original dignity and glamour. It is significant not only as an excellent illustration of Art Deco design and craftsmanship and a tribute to an architect who made considerable contributions to the Denver region, but as a unique reflection of a broad social and cultural phenomenon that prevailed in the early decades of the 20th century in Denver and the entire nation.
Thursday, June 14th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Red Bank, NJ
Count Basie Theatre
The Basie’s vision for the future is to evolve as a world-class center for arts education, culture, and the performing arts. This evolution includes an industrious expansion, potentially doubling the number of its performance, educational and cultural offerings, while reaching a wider sector of the community through new partnerships and programs. The Count Basie Theatre board, leadership, management and staff are enthusiastic to realize this vision, which will solidify Monmouth County as a destination for the arts and education, and act as a model for communities across the country.
Friday, June 15th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Mayo Performing Arts Centre
The Mayo Performing Arts Center, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit performing arts organization, presents a wide range of programs that entertain, enrich and educate the diverse population of the region and enhance the economic vitality of Northern New Jersey.
Thursday, August 9th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
The Orpheum Theatre is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts center located in the heart of downtown Wichita. Built in 1922 and designed by architect John Eberson, the Orpheum Theatre is the first atmospheric theatre built in the United States. The historic theatre features world-class entertainment and serves as a resource for local and national music, dance and theatre. Due to its architectural significance, beauty, rich history, and location, the Orpheum is a culturally-filled niche within the Wichita community. The Orpheum is an SMG managed facility.
Friday, August 10th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Kansas City, MO
At the heart of the Kauffman Center is a living tradition of extraordinary and diverse performing arts experiences. Ten years of collective research, planning, and design have brought into focus the mission of the Kauffman Center. This is a building for today and for generations to come.
Saturday, August 11th, 2018 – 7:30 pm
St. Louis, MO
The Touhill Performing Arts Center
Designed by the renowned architectural firm I.M. Pei, Cobb, Freed and Partners, the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center is a landmark performance facility on the campus of the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL). The Touhill was built to provide a performance home for campus events, academic programs, and regional arts organizations. The spectacular venue contains three performance spaces; the Anheuser-Busch Performance Hall with 1600 seats, the flexible E. Desmond and Mary Ann Lee Theater with seating for up to 375, and the open-form Whitaker Hall with seating for up to 250. The Center hosts an average of 150 events, 230 performances, and 105,000 visitors per year.
Thursday, November 15th, 2018
At Main and Beale, what started as a vaudeville palace has become much more than that – a landmark performing arts campus and a promise for the next generation.
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Friday, November 16th, 2018
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Saturday, November 17th, 2018
Located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, the Taft Theatre is your premiere destination for live entertainment. The Theatre opened in 1928 and is a marvelous display of the neo-classical/art deco architecture that prevailed during the time period. The 2011 renovation integrated 21st century comfort while returning the historic ambience and character of this 83-year-old structure and gem of Cincinnati. The changes and improvements have successfully created the “Ultimate, Intimate Entertainment Experience” in the Tri-State.
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